March 2017

Student of the Week - March

Attributions: 

Our theme this year is "Choose to make a Difference," and this term we are focusing on being "Responsible." Each week during the month our teachers have picked out a student in their class that they see being responsible here at school.  Make sure to look at all of the pictures for the month of March, showing all of our students of the week being that our being responsible. 

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our technician Mrs. Tietjen.

1.  She was born in Alaska

2.  She was the tallest girl in her 6th grade class - then she never grew again.

3.  She has a dog named Snickers

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our orchestra teacher Mrs. Knight.

1.  She is the first girl born on her father's side in over 50 years

2.  She has been playing music for 29 years

3.  She used to travel and play with a cross country music band

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our 6th grace teacher Ms. Foster.

1.  IN one summer she went to 8 amusement parks

2.  She can fold her tongue into the shape of a clover

3.  St. Patrick's day is my favorite holiday

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our special ed technician Mrs. Eastmond.

1.  She likes to go camping, hiking and skiing

2.  Winter is her favorite season because she loves the snow

3.  She loves to travel

Faculty Fun Facts

Attributions: 
Student Council

A few fun facts about our 6th grade teacher Ms. Holthaus.

1.  She loves to go kayaking

2.  Her favorite vacation was to New Zealand

3.  Her favorite spirit animal is a panda

Library Story Winners

Attributions: 
Cheryl Thurgood

Mapleton Elementary librarian, Mrs. Thurgood held the first annual Mapleton Writing contest for the 2nd thru 6th grades. There were a lot of great submissions and the judging was very difficult. The winners are: 2nd grade picture books: First place: Lucas NeVille, Second place: Kash Groneman, Third place: Norah Throckmorton, Honorable Mention: Sydney Jacobson. 3rd/4th Grade short stories: First Place: Jadelyn Hansen, Second Place: Ruby Norton, Third place: Gavin Miner, Honorable Mention: Ava Morris.

School Square Dance

Attributions: 
Katie Barth

Shauna Woodmansee from Arts Inc. came to our school to teach the kids about square dancing and instruct them as they learned to square dance. All grades were able to participate throughout the day.

Dudes and Donuts

Attributions: 
Sheila Gibson

We had a great turnout this morning for Dudes and Donuts.  A great oppurtunity to visit the school, enjoy a treat and spend some time reading with a child.

4th Edible Maps

Attributions: 
Mrs. Christensen and Mrs Wilson

4th grade made edible maps to compare elevation, temperature, precipitation, and wildlife in the forests, deserts, and wetlands in Utah

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